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Increased interactions between R&I stakeholders in our societies require changes at research funding and performing organisations to accept inputs from citizens and organisations that used to be considered outsiders to the world of R&I. Co-Change inspire such changes by introducing new practices in the areas of research ethics, open access, citizen engagement, gender equality and science education.
2020. 09. 29. Co-Change – the first online Forum The first Co-Change Forum was organised as an online learning space for the multiple actors of the Co-Change consortium and its supporting partners, including the Co-Change Labs and their innovation ecosystem partners, the Advisory and Sounding Board members. This was the start of a series of discussions about our vision as a team in general and the Co-Change Labs in particular.
2020. 08. 19. Project on legal, ethical and social consequences of research and innovation launched The project Co-Create Change in Research Funding and Performing Organisations (CO-CHANGE) has been launched. Our mission is to support the implementation of changes in research and innovation (R&I) organisations in the areas of research ethics, open access, citizen engagement, gender equality and science education.
In the co-change labs we will have the possibility to use our knowledge from various responsible research projects and other activities in order to support the R&I actors in their daily work by co-creating tailor-made responsible research related tools and practices. By doing so, we can learn from our work with the stakeholders and engage in change from bottom up scenarios.More about change labs